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Deconstructing Derrida

August 25, 1991

It seems more than a tad ironic that a major proponent of clear-cut, logical analysis--UC Berkeley's John Searle--finds it opportune to resort to metaphor for his pejorative assessment of deconstruction: "It should be fairly obvious to the careful reader that the emperor has no clothes."

Advantage, Derrida.

SIMON OSWITCH

Ventura

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